You’re crazy excited about your well planned and expensive Caribbean vacation & then… a Huff & a Puff… blown away by a big bad hurricane!*&%$?
Well, Practical, Fiddler and Fifer, not all Caribbean islands are prey to the Big Bad Hurricane Wolf.
So, where to stay to avoid hurricanes?
Curaçao Sunscape Resort Spa & CasinoCheck PricesAvailability & Prices No need to fret over taking your unpredictable infant, moody tween, or grouchy Grams & Gramps … keep the family entertained at the 342-room Curaçao Sunscape Resort Spa & Casino. For You: Plenty of basking in the sun, Spa time & sipping Blue Curaçao’s. For your others: sandcastle building competitions, a camp-out adventure, pool tables, bocce ball, karaoke, archery, beach volleyball, movies on the sand, rock wall climbing, sumo wrestling (huh?), four pools and two tennis courts (lit for night play)… whew… not to mention the restaurants & casino.
Sandals Royal CuracaoCheck PricesAvailability & Prices After undergoing a multi-million-dollar renovation of the former Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort, the newly opened Sandals Royal Curacao is an adults-only luxury retreat with 351 rooms & suites, where you’ll find the 5-star experience that Sandals Resorts is known for. With Tranquility Tubs, private pools, butler service, 9 restaurants and 10 bars, a Red Lane Spa, access to the neighboring 18-hole Pete Dye championship golf course, and MINI Coopers (complimentary for guests to drive while exploring) – not to mention 70 nearby dive sites (and Sandals includes diving!), you may never want to go home.
If you get bored relaxing on the amazing beaches of Curacao, you can take in some culture with a complimentary shuttle to the colorful capital city of Willemstad and enjoy its European influence. Curacao is also world-famous for its unspoiled beaches and coves, 65 amazing dive sites, and exotic marine ecosystems.
Oh, and be sure to ask the locals about:
- Mikvé Israel-Emanuel Synagogue
- Christoffel National Park
- Shete Boka National Park
- The Kurá Hulanda Museum
- Traditional folkloric Curaçaoan waltz
- Rock Climbing at the Three Brothers
- Blue Lizards and
- Green Rum (shiver my timbers)
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[NEW] Sandals Royal Curacao is Now Open